Are Crocs boating shoes legit?

Are Crocs boating shoes legit PrepHole footwear or are they just a meme?

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've owned the same pair of crocs for nearly four years, day and day, on gravel, sand, wherever, so if I hear you saying they are a meme anywhere near my sight, I am going to strike you across the mouth you useless bum.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Crocs boating shoes
    They might be fine for desert Australia, but get anywhere near water and you'll slip and break an elbow. Crocs suck.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    let´s just say i would rather swim with crocs than rubber boots
    they are also great camp shoes and easy to carry

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just got a pair of walmart knockoff crocs for kayaking. They work well enough, easy to slip on/off if you get sand or whatever in them

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Crocs are fucking slippery on wet surfaces.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      crocs and all other variants of them make good water crossing shoes. sandals are less bulky. crocs slip on quicker. i bring the crocs for frequent crossings and sandals if its just 1 or 2.
      anon's correct. there's other similar shoes to crocs that have better grip.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Do you guys wear socks with your Crocs?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They give me blisters if I don't. Rubbery stuff hits my soft skin hard. I use them for camp shoes, boating, and river crossings as I am a bootfag.

      crocs and all other variants of them make good water crossing shoes. sandals are less bulky. crocs slip on quicker. i bring the crocs for frequent crossings and sandals if its just 1 or 2.
      anon's correct. there's other similar shoes to crocs that have better grip.

      >there's other similar shoes to crocs that have better grip.

      Don't use them on sailboats ever. They're good for river crossings and to wear after you get to where you're going. There are better options though.

      >There are better options though.
      You cunts better explain yourselves so I can piss away my money quick.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >river crossings
        Trail runners with quick drying socks, barefoot or huaraches/sandals.
        >in camp
        Loosened trail runners with insoles removed, and your feet in a dry pair of socks and breadbags if they're wet. Some people add cord to spare foam insoles to make very light huaraches
        >sailboats
        white, flat soled boat shoes with suckers on the soles for grip. More traction, less smudges, more employment.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          ty anon

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They give me blisters if I don't. Rubbery stuff hits my soft skin hard. I use them for camp shoes, boating, and river crossings as I am a bootfag.

      [...]
      >there's other similar shoes to crocs that have better grip.
      [...]
      >There are better options though.
      You cunts better explain yourselves so I can piss away my money quick.

      I do. I've also been slowly blistering my foot to get used to them. I prefer toe socks. They stay in better when wet.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They're brilliant as long as you don't have to continuously empty small rocks from them

    EVA foam wears down faster than rubber so don't use them for distance, just camp/occasional short walks to take a break from your trail runners

    Having said that I only pack my runners these days and plough through rivers in them, they drain and dry fast enough. I'd pack crocs for boat trips.

    >bonus
    Crocs are by far the best cycling shoe to use with flat pedals. Light=less effort when spinning pedals all day, and knock off crocs (cheaper, less dense EVA) are about 200g for a pair which is unreal considering the sun and rain protection. They wipe clean, dry in seconds, breathe well, are comfy to walk in, and their smooth shape is quite aero. They're light enough that you could pack a pair of clean, normal shoes as well if attending social events on your tour.
    Paired with warm socks and breadbags as vapour barriers you could tour in crocs all year round

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Don't use them on sailboats ever. They're good for river crossings and to wear after you get to where you're going. There are better options though.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i bring em for my canoe in summer, and just for quick in/out the tent piss shoes the rest of the year

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If you backpack, Crocs are for taking your boots off around camp. If you car camp, Crocs are for waking up to pee.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Are Crocs boating shoes legit PrepHole footwear or are they just a meme?
    2wheel drive? its a throw away shoe. but, roll that strap back and pop that sucker in 4x4 you got yourself a ballgame.

    yeah yeah yeah i get it, its cool to rock a convertable on a hot day, but they're just not stable around corners, accelerating, uphill, nothing.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Real men wear thongs

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I've ripped every pair of thongs I've ever had and it was always far from home.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Greenburg approves!

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They get hot af and can get slippery making them cause blisters.

    That said, for fishing or launching kayaks etc where the bottom is rocky or has hooks or other things that could cut you, they are great.
    I use mine for outdoors shit, but would never pack them for actual camping.
    Now, camping at a state park where there are showers and shit, I take them as shower shoes.
    No good on a boat though. Get some sperries.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Also good for working on a boat or doing light construction... don't care if they get paint and the foam offers pretty good protection from dropping 2x4's and shit on your foot (compared to tennis shoes).
      They are actually BRILLIANT for doing roof shit because the bottom sticks like tar to shingles, especially when the treads are worn flat. You will have a nice day on wet concrete or tile floors though.

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